The 3DFSC program was coded by Philip R. Baldwin, with the help from Yong Zi Tan and Dmitry Lyumkis.
The web server and GPU implementation was coded by Carl Negro.
All code are available through Github: https://github.com/nysbc/Anisotropy
Suggestions and comments are welcome and should be sent to Philip R. Baldwin (pbaldwin (at) salk.edu), Dmitry Lyumkis (dlyumkis (at) salk.edu) or Yong Zi Tan (ytan (at) nysbc.org).
Please cite the following paper if you find this software useful:
Tan, Y.Z., Baldwin, P.R., Davis, J.H., Williamson, J.R., Potter, C.S., Carragher, B. and Lyumkis, D., 2017. Addressing preferred specimen orientation in single-particle cryo-EM through tilting. Nature methods, 14(8), p.793.
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